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Zak Bentley is a senior reporter at Infrastructure Investor based in London. Zak joined Infrastructure Investor in 2016 from Centaur where he was a reporter at their Clean Energy Pipeline title. He has a detailed knowledge and experience of the financial and regulatory aspects of the global renewable energy market, as well as the wider infrastructure market. Zak has a degree in English and History from the University of Birmingham.
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In part II of sister title Infrastructure Investor's October Deep Dive, market participants discuss how many attempted continuation funds fail to get past the first hurdle.
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Fund continuations in infrastructure are here to stay. How do these trilateral deals work and are they really a ‘win-win-win’ for all involved?
Golding Infrastructure 2018 will invest in around 15 infrastructure funds via primaries and secondaries.
The close comes after a ‘strict and intellectually rigorous process’ to move assets from the group’s first fund, according to chief investment officer Carlo Michelini.
Partners Group Global Infrastructure 2018 is targeting €1bn and has a 60% allocation to primaries and secondaries.
A US fund of funds acquired interests representing 25% of Meridiam's 2006-vintage debut vehicle.
The UK investment manager raised an £845m secondaries fund in 2013 and incorporates the strategy into its growing SMA business.
Secondaries and primaries funds can be allocated up 60% of the firm's latest Global Infrastructure programme.
The group secured over €1.7bn from the 11 main investors in its first vehicle, including Ardian, and seeded its latest vehicle with assets from its maiden fund.
The investment firm will retain either an asset management or advisory role at each of the companies and projects in the eight-strong European portfolio.
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